After the Amazons brutally attacked the Polish town where Deadman and the Grayson family were performing, little more than ashes of their pasts remained. While gasping his final breaths, John Grayson begged Boston Brand to protect his son, no matter the cost.
A savage attack by the Amazons ends in Dick Grayson’s orphanhood. With Deadman now being the closest thing he has to a family, Dick will have to convince his friend to join him in the Resistance after a vigilante named Vertigo enlists their help. But why was the Graysons’ circus a target of an Amazonian attack? What do they have in their possession that’s worth so much and to what lengths will the Amazons go to attain it?
Ragdoll? King Shark? Dr. Fate? All three cult favorite characters have joined the Circus, along with the Flying Graysons? Yes, it's issue one of FLASHPOINT: DEADMAN AND THE FLYING GRAYSONS by writer J. T. Krul and artist Mikel Janin.
The bold, circus poster cover by Cliff Chang and Jared Fletcher promises thrills and excitement and issue one, on sale tomorrow, delivers.
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